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War In Syria Displaces Millions

January 12, 2017 by


In 2011, Congress declared war on Syria for the arrest of 15 school children after they painted Revolutionary slogans on a school wall. After security officers opened fire on these demonstrators, the streets began rioting, killing several. This war ended in 2015, killing over 250,000 people. Since the start of this war, a UN commission […]

Ninety-Five Year Old Ex-Nazi Medic To Stand Trial For War Crimes

February 17, 2016 by


Seventy years ago, the deadliest war in history began. Germany invaded Poland, sparking the Second World War, plunging the world into chaos. The forces of Allied and Axis powers fought an open and bloody war. Behind this fight for world domination lurked an even darker agenda. Adolf Hitler and his gang of Nazis began what is […]

Syrian Conflict Devastates Nation

January 8, 2016 by


The Syrian war is a subject about which the public is very concerned. The war in the underdeveloped country has been tearing homes and families apart now for almost five years. Rebels are overthrowing the government, causing mayhem. “Why is no one helping them?  Bringing over refugees only helps so much,” Austin Scott said. The war […]

A Timeline Of ISIS Attacks

January 7, 2016 by


10 June 2014: The day that the second of largest city in Iraq, Mosul, fell to Isis. Isis then declared itself the Islamic state. It has been stated that Isis has replaced Al Qaeda for accomplishing the takeover of Mosul and the rise of terror. The root of Isis comes from Jama’at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad in […]

Paris Left In State Of Emergency

January 4, 2016 by


The Eiffel Tower stood dark on 13 November 2015. Paris needed time to absorb the deadliest violence since World War II. Gunman and suicide bombers attacked across Paris, killing at least 265 innocent victims as well as injuring 352 bystanders. There were a total of seven attacks by at least seven terrorists. All seven were […]

Syria: A Nation Of Turmoil

December 23, 2015 by


The once populated nation of Syria is currently in turmoil after a four-year civil war. Syria is currently under the strict control of Bashar al-Assad and has been governed by the Assad name since 1970. Protests against the dictatorial leadership by Assad resulted in a full scale rebellion. These protests quickly turned violent due to […]

San Bernardino Creates Fear of Homegrown Terrorists

December 22, 2015 by


Following the devastating terror attacks that occurred in Paris, western countries have become concerned about the increased risk of terrorism on the home front. Now it would seem this was a rightful fear to have because a shocking act of terrorism occurred in San Bernardino, California. This gruesome fear confirmed America’s worst fears of radicalization right […]